Team SMG (Still Moving Under Gunfire), an esports team founded in 2017 by Singaporean mandopop singer JJ Lin 林俊杰, has acquired Makan Cendol, a Malaysian Mobile Legends: Bang Bang team. The acquisition is part of Team SMG’s strategic foray into the Southeast Asian esports scene.
Just when you think this event already big enough, the PMCO 2019 Fall Split Finals has a bigger and grander plan. Aside from hosting the largest PUBG Mobile tournament the world has ever seen, the PMCO finals in Kuala Lumpur will also see other various attractions including gaming, cosplay, professional eSport talents, and also stage performances from celebrities including our local music talent Naim Daniel, Canadian singer Henry Lau, and Indian rapper Badshah.
From the recent Level Up Play event that happened during the weekend, there was a special PUBG Mobile presentation which was organized by the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC). Sponsored by vivo Malaysia, the announcement was about the PUBG MOBILE Club Open (PMCO) 2019 Fall Split Global Finals. There will be a total prize pool of USD 2.5 million (~RM10,360,000).
Fiverr unveiled an online store focused on the booming interest in video and mobile games that will let game experts sell their special skill sets to prospective players.
PUBG players, here’s your chance to shine! As Tencent, the world’s largest gaming company will be organizing Malaysia’s official first PUBG Mobile Tournament known as “PUBG Mobile Malaysia National Championship (PMNC)”.